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World War I - officers

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  • Lt. Henry Webber (1849 - 1916)
    Lieutenant Henry Webber, J. P., South Lancashire Regiment (1849 - 1916), was a British barrister and soldier - the oldest recorded soldier to have been killed during the First World War. He had worked ...
  • Brigadier General Norman Webber (1881 - 1950)
    Brigadier General Norman William Webber, CMG, DSO, RE (23 February 1881 – 19 April 1950) was a staff officer in the British Army in WW1, who served as Chief of Staff (Brigadier General, General ...
  • Colonel John Henry Lindt, II (1890 - 1975)
    John Henry Lindt was born in St. Joseph, Michigan, of parents of German origin, John D. and Martha Becker Lindt. Remnants of his early education in their language remained with him, as did some of the ...
  • John Richard Suydam, Jr. (1886 - 1971)
    WAR RECORDS OF THE KNICKERBOCKER CLUB 1914-1918 PRIVATELY PRINTED FOR THE KNICKERBOCKER CLUB NEW YORK • 1922 Total pages 636 Page 337 JOHN RICHARD SUYDAM, Jr . Born May 9, 1886, in New Y...
  • Arthur Penrose Selwyn (1889 - 1916)
    1891 English Census Name: Arthur P Selwyn Age: 1 , Estimated Birth Year: abt 1890 Relation: Son Father's Name: Edward Carus Mother's Name: Lucy Ada Gender: Male Where born: Ambleside, W...

This project focuses on the officers of the allied forces (first world war).